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D1AMBERLAIN 0
COUGH
,-f pFOR THE RELIEFOF
Coughs: Colds, Croup'
WHOOPING COUGH, HOARSENESS
BRONCHITIS)
-SOLD EVERYWHERE
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
he:aling the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-rRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throat
of chiliren suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The heating effect of flayes' Healing floney in
side the thiroat combined with the healing effect of
Grove', O Pen-Trotc Salve through the pores of
tih skin soon stones a cough.
costh reyedies are tieked in one carton and the
cost of tile comiiiiined treatnteaj( is "'T.
Just ask your druggist for IIAYES'
HEALING HONEY.
ASPIRIN
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
nh 0 ul se' the name0 " ayer"' on7
pICn II~ orI I onl tinb!lt you are iiot gyt..
n the ii .24nu1ine4 flutyer' :>r'o1utlt 14re
4e andl Iovtl :af. 'sy m-iIlkri: for
Toot hche t LubagotH~
Aeren'lt onlh 'iy4' Hayer" ackge which
contains) proper dIir14( ions. Illndy box
h)'' -r i I ai sell bloItI' le of 2 11and
I00. A\ er ' iis11 e trade ma1~rk of
Home
Ground
Flour
Try a sack of new
flour from the mill.
There is none bet
ter.
We Deliver It.
Bramlett
&'Babb
Lauren. S. C.
RED CROSS PUTS
UP $9,739,872
Year's Budget Stresses Relief
and Services at Home
and Overseas.
MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID
Over $3.000,000 Allotted to the
Disabled-Foreign Work
Lessens.
WatsIilngtun.--lExpenditures totaling
$9,7:19,72.47 for carrying through its
pigrain of servlces iand reliet during
thi' 11--wal year in the United States
unld overseas are authorized in the
lob 'I 't of till Arnierlean Red Cross, ef
leet i ci .Jtily 1, 1922. This total Is $2,
735,975 less titan tile expenditures for
ite last fisva l year, when disburse
tIitiIs reacelid $12,475,847.09, it Is an
litomii-t1 at NationalI Icadqutarters in
11A stat 'i int'llt t'eiphtslzinag the necessity
Of tm! n tiIed slipport of the organliza
tion11 by enr11ollmnent duIIIng thle annu1tal
CAI ' l, Novemnber 11-Novenher 30
:is i. 'This total for the hudget
is ex(ltsive of the large financial op
erfions Of tll 3.300 netive Ited Cross
Chailptrs. wicvh, it is esltiated, will
1111r4 Otha douible the total.
War Veterans Have First Call
First cal on l'l RdCross fudsi Is for
thll!, disaibhl ex-,ervive inen, of whiom
27,1S7 were receiving treatment from
tihl! toverninent on .Jine 1 last. T'lhis
vork for -NvIerans and their families
inl at wid vriety of service thiat the
(ovi'rwiient. is not authorized to ren
<ier aind foir wiici It has neither
funds tor far'llitieos has tll! call on
$3,40(1.612.90 uiring tie current year,
or nu.>ut $30;.000 more than was ex
psncld d last yeir for soldier service,
Adding tli finds disbursed in tlis
Ininmnitarhin work of plhysical recon
stitution following the World War by
tlw- Chapters tih ir oughout the country
will approxinate a total for the cur
rent yea r apiproaciing $10,000,000.
'Tills work, In the opinion of the Stir
geon evneral's office, w~il not reach
Its peak before 1920.
''iroughi its Chapters the American
Roed Cross is e'quipped to find the in.
ivithita! ex-servie ian, htelp himl) in
hlis problemns aint dIllicuilties, p ovide
iarnediately fir his necessities, and
open Ile way ftort himli to the (Goverli
ruent enin!zation and aid to whlilch
hie is entitld. The extension of this
work to the fatitllies of such ien
proves to i tiin ithat tle lIed Cross
has lost none of its .,-;syrithy nor will
to sirvilee li:idfested it waritiieI'. Sim
liarly tle! servite goes out to the mten
still in tihie Army and Navy, 1l,0T of
wiinn were unde treattintil inl (.ov
iernnwnlt hospit als onl .11une 1, 1922.
Greater Domestic Program
ihis year -afit-r five years of con
6i1irtitive effolLt during the war and
ifter the arlsie--ings witi it a
g rea ter re-simusibiit yv for dornesi Ie
siervic t'o lite A ttlilcanlled or Cross.
howevrt, tiotals $3i,-104,000l, bitt tof tis
itmtouint $1 ,83l,000 is fort mdicai~l re
Iie'f and hotsit al 1suptplie ls for' iiusslia,
wvhich is a liart. of the gift made by
thle Ameiric'tan fted Cross ini 1921 to
thet Itttssian fiamine relief wor'k of the
Amierlean a ilee Admitinistrat Ion pro
gritmi. Th'e chiild healiih service ini Eu
r'ai'e conatinut's, mioireover, anld $03-i,
0100li it apprloprl'iatedt for this work tun
stringent tly dimninishied foreign pro
graml tinlue $200,000 1(1 support the
Lecagtue of iRed Cross Societies, $22,
P000 for nurses' training schools lasti
tiuted by thle Itedl Cross abritoadt, iad
$000,000 for lIqjuldit on of thea genetral
ited C..ross foreign 'relief pro'Igramll.
Prepared for Emergencies
F"or disaister relief the ied Cross
has set asIde $750,000, andi for etmer
geneles iln Chapter work $500,000
to lhe availlabie for domestic, insular
and foreIgn demandsl(1. This Ia more
thaun $395,000 iabove last year's expen
ditures. F~or service and asislance
to' the 3,300 Chapters and their
branches $1,293,000 Is provided by tile
National or'gaizI/ationi.
Other budget items of importance
in the dlomlestie prorgram Include $200,
000 for assistance to other or'ganlza
tionis and etducationl institullons for
trainIng itedh Cross nurses andt work
ers ; $190,000 for Ril Call assistance
fturnishedu to Chapters; $100,000 for
unforeseen contIngencies.
Of the total budget less than $500,
000) is allotted for management in the
National orgart~ation. No cash eti
imate, of course, Is possible0 to weIgh
the value of the servIce by volunteer'a
in the Chapters.
,THE RED CROSS
SUPPLEMENTS .
GOVERNMENT SERVICE
BY MEETING THE
PARTICULAR NEEDS
OF THlE JNDIVIDUAL,
E~X-SERVICE 1NAN.
THIS WORK CANNOT
GO ON -UNLESS YOU
SUPPORT IT WITH
YO R MEMBERSHIP
DOI1LARl
PAY UP TODAY.
$1,441,486 A YEAR'S
-DISASTER RELIEF COST
Red Cross Aided 145,000 Vic
tims in United States-Losses
Total $30,000,000.
Seventy-two dlisast ers. with hun
dreds reportei killed and injured. and
more than 145,100 eitier hiotnelen, s or
req uiring a-csistance, called for e'ner
geny rellet measures and the ex
penditure of $1,-41,40.30 by the
American Ited Cross dur rig the fiseal
year endling .1une :10, 1922, a ccording
to a stat"inent based on the forth
comihig annual repnort of the lied
Cros.. 'ihe greatest toll of life was
t'k!I by hit rrienite and tornado,
whllie tihe ovi-erflwimr of rivers, tle
breiaking of dans anel torrential rains
idrove ife greatest nninher of people
from teier iiines. The property loss
was estiniaten at more than $30,
00)0.0010.
The year's !sasters reported in
cludi twenty-six floods, nineteen tor
naioes, lifteon fir' s, four epidein es,
two theatre coilapses, two shipwrecks
(one an airshli). andj a bridge col
iapse. mili explosicon, railway coill
stlon, andit a d roun:i it. Of the floods In
the United States tlit at San An
tonio, Texas, cautsed the greatest
poroperty loss, $I,00.00 and tle high
itiark of fatalith's. 100, while the
flood in the vivinity of Vieksbtrg inl
NathIte)ivz. Mi.ss foreil 31,000 persons
from ther hoies.
A National Calamity
Tn the li e Cross dis'azter relief
rcor(Ids thert will probally "rema* i
for lmany year11s one vabimlity which
toiuched nea1ly every state with a
sense of horror aind of loss. This was
the (list re''' ing collapZi of the roof
of the Kt niKorinhocker Theatre in
Washington, 1). C'., resutilting in nine
ty-six dieattis and 125 persons itijined.
Sitiated in tihl' leniter of ti( heautt
fiul Northwest residential section, tis
motion picture theatre was patronized
by many 1iorsns of prominence both
in thinn ofhilail and elvil life of the Na
tional Capital, whose faminhy and per
sonal connections radiated out over
khe entire country. The horror was
intensified by a territle snowstorm
whieh, though it retarded, did not
block ]tetd Cross rellef.
Airship Crash Finds Aid at Hand
The ernsh andl destruetion of the U.
S. Ariy's large airship Roma In Vir
ginit ]last eruitary with the lossof 34
oflietrs and men and 11 InJured was
thw first disaser of its kind to call for
lIed C1ross rollef in this country. The
sulddenntess of the aeIdent tested (tie
iprepa reodness of ttie organization and
of tine Cha ipter it 1lampton, Va., but
tine resiponsO watitsn mitedlhite and relief
furnishied the survivors, also funds for
ftie expenses of relatives of the dead,
who emtile from long dlstanoes to cla im
their own.
fn ithe year's oversea record for fild
rendered by tthe Ited ('ross are two
fires lin the P'hilippines, ono lin Manila,
wih dstlriy'd 1,000 homiites, with it
loss of $1,500.000 and 5.000 persons
m1:11le hornlelss, the other ait Toio,
whiih drove 3,(100 frot their dwellintgs.
In ileldlelt relif thtinait wa-is uick and
t-Mfolti the simallpmx vpielemle In San
I)oingo, whli laid a totat of 22,000
cases with 225 deattis in a single ty,
t-st'd the r-mliness i tihe lt ('r.ss
for tlotn, an tilhtte samtie cin tile sdfid
of thte Sati Doiiingoi tiorricante, wii eh
kitiedt 12 piersonfs and redutced tihe
homttes of 182 pelrsonis, to wrtec-kaige. A
floodtn in San Salvadtor, with ta death
toll of 50 anad 2,000 teftugees, wa'is aliso
effecttullyt liim 1lled1 by the loceat Cha ZP
ter of thle Amei riean tied Cross.
RelIef Machinery Perfected
TPhe year tias seenl the ftt.rther per
fect in of disater~ relief admtniistrat
tive meiasu-r4 in ev'ery' fild of Amneri
enni Redh Cronss act iv'ity3, and thant the
no 4rk may13 be) calrriedi ont to stilt greater
tteomiplishmtents the Amnelen tell
Cross IS atpeatlng for wvidelspreadt re
newaVlttu ofilmembersh5ip duin 'itg .thie tin
anaI Roli C'ali, to be condultctedt this
yearii froma Armistl-e tDay (Noveiner
Daly (November 30).
Red Cross Roll Call
Heard World Around
The Annual Roll Call of thne'Amierl
cant Red Cross for reglstrnttion of the
mtembiersihly) for 1928 will begIn on
Armistice D~ay, Novembher 11, and
close oin T1hantksgiving Day, November
30o. Thle groundl work for this stui
piendous~ task of re-enrolling the mem
br-r.tship tthrottghottt thne world hacs been
laid in a plan for thne first complete
and compr'ehensflve system of registra
tion of the Red Cross miemberstniy In
till its 3,300 active Chapter's tnt hotne
An''impiiortanit feture of tie round
thne-worldll Un)1 (til campaign illt he
a tiniveral effolrt to re-enlist tine serv
Ice of wvar-timne ited Cross workers In
tthe pieace pn-og-ami by thnelj patr~ei
fiallon In tine hIt Ctalt. In fiiis waty
the~ vatst army of v'olunteers wvIll Onlce
miore tafllitet with tine wvork of tie
lied Crosts in Its.mtatnifold pthases. Co
.Operation altso bnig been assuntred b~y
Gov'ernmnent aind pgrivate tanritimie In
terests in tt deept-senI toil Cati that
is designed to reach' every member
or flotentlal member in every part of
the wortld whlo nmay 1)0 en voyage or
tetsiporatrily in any port,
Thtoustands of Chapters illh adopf
tihe home canvass plan of enrollmieni
whicht origIndted in t'Ittsburgi; wheriel
last year It t'esulted In a mtembershil
Incease of Zn0 pier cnt. ,Al ren'ord~
In .this yeafe c alipaigni wvil be kej
~n standartid so cards to be -fie -I Li
~neh Chtap~ter fcr future usin
"M OTH R SE T AW Y FOR 'i V B C~ c M.G.MERKER.,
CAN YOU MAVE IT REPAIRED ?"ClAD TWNTOPESWiLRINGl
"'L SEE WMAT I CAN DO WITH IT .BUT I AM AFRAID IT IS A BAD BARGAIN
A MOTHER'S MISTAKE
When a home dealer sells you a motorcycle or a bicycle, he has made cer
tain that it is substantially built and equipped to your satisfaction. He knows
the danger that may befall the rider and will not risk his reputation by selling
a machine that falls below standard. People iwho have the eyes to see, the
hearts to respond and the minds to understand knc w the wisdom of spending
their money at home.
MORAL-I-t is folly to lay money in the p~urchase of repentance.
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CompanyPoeDuCmpn
Printers and Publishers Drugs and Medicines of All Khiads NtOl o msmn u o
TM Princes Theatre
Diversion After Business Hours
Rond T ie Advertiser and eep0 Victrolas and Victor Records
Up Wth h~ Hme ewsTHlE EES'W PHOTOPLAYS
Wells Clardy Co. Peoples Loan & A. L. Mahife
Two Big Stores Exchange Bank.. afe
Capital $10,0,000.00
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, LAURENS' OLD~EST BANIC FIRST CLASS BAKERY
Notions .W A. WATT, eident Ask for Our Pullman Loaf
C. W71UN,1asie
J. C. Burns & Co. WlimSl~o .B lcwl
Home of Rlal eee
RED IRON RACKETer er
More Goods for Same Money,E
Same Goods for Less Money odo it.
Laurens Coca Cola he Frnir Cot rs C. Spell & Compny
auenchBottling Co. Nelt to Pofe the Fy oer
Q the Thirst With a Bottle
Of Delicious Coca Cola ly rnatuoe, Sto e Rurcke
ORmSel t o n yfor J r L. ackw e r
oDa mond e m ntes d PrAli nt e a di Stppines aur s
R n The erth w o duae done, OFi, &ie Sorti Goooe.
R W Willis Home L.wJ C.o BENCl HOopaS
Furniture of All KindrnLtmbe, Dtors, RSs Blnrock-0CetStr
Muiclnsruens eyCompletnis H'ome Euniser B , Buyc Vegtab in ueson
L els DCrIEg Co. Pto E lo-i Co.. Lns .-T o hr a Co.
u re Drgs, P rticles , oWa t he an s Stower R eD par mAg ure
SOatioeryDa onaRmone nLaunts Bes SppresQPants,
"Te ueaStre" sh SothSie of Squits , M adse t So."n Gos
S . &W. Wli ~ H. WRkopHy e &u Co. E NCHy otor'So
r ue ofuriaesnd Dur Goos, Ssh ling, Dog &B1otets Sotorae
Furniturl nStrmesCinare We *nFrnishtourWeaireBl 'uti arn'
MeInvter orInpacin Lau- WESTag LSIDEl NUBLionQA
Laush Druge Cto. Whattry Cothin CoBDvi-nprk o
PueDrg, oleartces h attris Store ~ Clpi~ Deanrln Stoeooo
Dk OStoery ,Stt~ ~J.AA.f, rsdn
P.M.&c. . ilesHmen Lottugr I. GO.~ LKLY ahe
Miters Corpany ~ s Laurens Stt-oage La YureAnVs Naitional

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